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No, you're not going to have to show your diploma as proof that you graduated high school. If you go to college, you will have to provide proof that you graduated. However, this is going to be in the form of an official transcript. Your guidance counselor from high school will send this to the college.
Yes, a college or university can rescind your diploma under certain circumstances.
You would need to provide a school letter or transcript showing you had graduated (fulfilled requirements for degree.) Financial literacy requirements are imposed by state legislatures. Public schools can't waive them. So, likely your diploma is for show, and you actually haven't completed your requirements.
Schools can't deny a diploma to qualified graduates arbitrarily or under rules that aren't reasonable. So it's probably not fair for administrators to withhold a high school diploma for last-minute disciplinary problems, if the student successfully finished the academic requirements and sat for final exams.
Yes, it is legal for the school to withhold your diploma for not abiding by ALL school rules. As a point of information, a school can legally withhold a diploma from a person that owes $1
The answer to this is a resounding No. No school I have ever attended or taught at required student attendance. Graduation is generally considered to be extracurricular or outside of school hours. If you are the first person to graduate high school in your family, they will absolutely insist on your attendance.
Joining the US Army is possible even if you don't have a high school or college diploma. However, you will be required to meet certain qualifications to be considered eligible. Tier 2: GED holders without diplomas and high school dropouts are classified as tier 2. Tier 3: No GED or High school diploma.
Joining the US Army is possible even if you don't have a GED, high school or college diploma. Nonetheless, you will be required to meet certain qualifications to be considered eligible.
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